Fast forward to the future for musical divinations from many nations. World Beat Canada, edgy and emotive for our world in flux.
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Beyond Labor Liberalism Towards Building Class Struggle Unionism. Well speak with Joe Burns, veteran union negotiator and author of Strike Back and Reviving the Strike and Class Struggle Unionism
A weekly one-hour program focused on jazz and improvised music, news, radio, conversations, and more. Tune in for new releases, news about the people, eco-systems, history, and culture of jazz and improvised music. Hosted by Cheryl K., host of "The Jazz Disturbance" every Sunday on WGXC-FM.
"All Things Cage" is a weekly program featuring conversations between Laura Kuhn, Director of the John Cage Trust, and Cage experts and enthusiasts from around the world. If youd like to propose a guest or a topic for a future program, write directly to Laura at email@example.com.
Welcome to "The Radio Art Hour," a show where art is not just on the radio, but is the radio. "The Radio Art Hour" draws from the Wave Farm Broadcast Radio Art Archive, an online resource that aims to identify, coalesce, and celebrate historical and contemporary international radio artworks made by artists around the world, created specifically for terrestrial AM/FM broadcast, whether it be via commercial, public, community, or independent transmission. Come on a journey with us as radio artists explore broadcast radio space through poetic resuscitations and playful celebrations/subversions of the complex relationship between senders and receivers in this hour of radio about radio as an art form. "The Radio Art Hour" features introductions from Philip Grant and Tom Roe, and from Wave Farm Radio Art Fellows Karen Werner, Andy Stuhl, and Jess Speer. The Conet Project's recordings of numbers radio stations serve as interstitial sounds. Go to wavefarm.org for more information about "The Radio Art Hour" and Wave Farm's Radio Art Archive.
"Turn On The News" is the weekly newscast from the fictional Radio Network, with parody radio coverage of the radio and its headlines. Now with computerized news readers, and fewer meddling reporters, plus aggregated reporting, and automated music. Tune in "Turn On The News" each week for the latest news, radio art, and more from our robot reporters, making sure you hear both sides -- good and evil -- every time you "Turn On The News." It is often a mash-up of the week's news, and sometimes a radio news fantasy with song parodies and covers similar to "Dr. Demento" and comedy skits and more. Produced by Tom Roe at Wave Farm and WGXC. For more information go to: https://wavefarm.org/radio/wgxc/schedule/93bbe3
Find camping and "the great outdoors" fun? You might change your mind after your hear the album we take a look at, a 70s icon coochie's her way though a song, and marvellous melody's from mitch! Yeah, more of the 3 W's this week. Would you expect less?
The Gospel Gold Radio Hour is a weekly program with your host - Danny Hensley.
Threat to Democracy Looms as Supreme Court Set to Hear Moore v. Harper Case; Massive Investment in Public Transit Needed to Achieve Racial Equity and Climate Justice; 17 States Criminalize Protests Targeting Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Projects
The Michael Slate Show - Sunsara Taylor, Lindsey Graham's Abortion Ban; Lenny Wolff, “Revolutionary Hope,” from the Revolutionary Communist Organization, Mexico; Raymond Lotta, Biden's Imperialist Climate Act; Bob Avakian on Internationalism
Sunsara Taylor on Lindsey Graham's proposal for a nationwide 15-week abortion ban. Bob Avakian on Internationalism. Lenny Wolff on the new book from the Revolutionary Communist Organization in Mexico—“Revolutionary Hope.” Raymond Lotta interviewed by Andy Zee about Biden's Imperialist Climate Bill. His latest article is, “Worse than Fine-Print Trickery... Biden's Imperialist Climate Bill: The Devil Lies in the Big Picture.”
Ice caps, or the apex of glaciers, are delicate things. As the earth warms, they respond by rapidly thawing into their oceanic homes. This week on Sea Change Radio we speak to journalist Bob Berwyn of Inside Climate News to gain a deeper understanding of melting glaciers in Europe, the impact the melt is having on ecosystems, and what policymakers are doing to mitigate the effects.
Join me for a weekly run down of the top ten Gospel songs according to the Radio Music News Top Ten weekly charts with your host - Danny Hensley. Join us at 91.7 FM Community Radio and streaming around the world at www.sbbradio.org and our station quick link at station.voscast.com/5c2bf0e47fbe8/ We're also on live365 under Southern Branch Bluegrass.
Howard Zinn spoke about the United States as occupied territory. He said that political and ideological power have been seized by a small group of radical anti-democratic ideologues. In this part TWO Zinn talks about US exceptionalism, the myth of the US being number One, and the various forms of patriotism that cloud views and perceptions. Howard Zinn was a historian, author, professor, playwright, and activist. He taught political science at Boston University and wrote more than 20 books, including his best-selling and influential A People’s History of the United States. Zinn died suddenly in January 2010. He was about to give two major talks in Santa Monica, CA. He grew up in Brooklyn in a working-class, immigrant household. At 18 he became a shipyard worker and then joined the Air Force and flew bombing missions during World War II. These experiences helped shape his opposition to war and his strong belief in the importance of knowing history. Zinn spoke on October 17, 2006, for NOWAR, the Northwestern University Peace Project. Thanks to Dale Lehman at WZRD for the recording. DATE: 10/17/2006
SEGMENT 1: Pakistan Update On August 29th, Zafar Bangash provided an update about the situation in Pakistan. SEGMENT 2: Commentary on NATO Phil Taylor and Phil Conlon comment on NATO, sovereignty, the banning of opposition in Ukraine, the shelling of the Zaporizhzhya NPP, politics concerning the Hiroshima commemoration, the AFL-CIO, and other issues.
Betty Plewes is a co-founder and steering committee member of Climate Legacy, a group of retired people working together to engage and mobilize other older adults in action to address the climate crisis. Emma Bider is the group's communications coordinator. They talk about the roles that seniors are playing in addressing the climate crisis.
The Last Pope “The Last Pope,” by David Osborn, takes us inside the world of the Vatican and the American branch of the Catholic Church. Fictional relationships between the conservative and reform branches of the Catholic Church are revealed in a novel that combines character from both groups. David Osborn recommends “Naked,” by David Sedaris, “Blindness,” by Jose Saramago, “Bel Canto,” by Ann Patchett & “Remembrance of Things Past,” by Marcel Proust. Originally Broadcast: June 8, 2004
Suicide stats get real for LGBTQ youth; queer religious students stay faithful to the cause; Sri Lanka’s government supports same-gender sex, Malta’s P.M. promises free gender-affirming care, thousands enjoy peaceful Pride in 2 Polish cities, rightwing gains in Swedish elections alarm queer activist, Montana’s trans ID chaos pits the U.S. state against the courts, the Boston Children’s Hospital bomb threatener is arrested, Peppa Pig’s pal Penny proclaims her lesbian parentage, and a rainy EuroPride drowns out Belgrade opposition! Those stories — and more this week — when you discover "This Way Out": the world's audio oasis for queer news and culture.
Use of the French horn in jazz.
Singers and musicians from Illinois
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